unimpressed

/ (ˌʌnɪmˈprɛst) /


adjective
  1. not having a favourable opinion: unimpressed by his arguments

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How to use unimpressed in a sentence

  • Will you pardon the foregoing as the enthusiasm of a youthful mind, yet not altogether unimpressed by the dictates of prudence?

  • Sara catalogued him as quickly as I did, and seemed unimpressed.

    Sense from Thought Divide | Mark Irvin Clifton
  • Curiously enough, and this shows the disadvantage of a monastic seclusion from the world, the nuns remained unimpressed.

    Hyacinth | George A. Birmingham
  • Every ground on which I had built the persuasion that Pleyel was not unimpressed in my favor, appeared to vanish.

    Wieland; or The Transformation | Charles Brockden Brown
  • The nations cited by Winona that had thrived and grown strong on the produce of the fields left him unimpressed.

    The Wrong Twin | Harry Leon Wilson